Multiven: A decentralized cyber-defense platform

Multiven: A decentralized cyber-defense platform

The internet is the global system of interconnected computer networks that use the internet protocol suite to link devices worldwide. It is a network of networks that consists of private, public, academic, business, and government networks of local to global scope, linked by a broad array of electronic, wireless, and optical networking technologies. The internet carries a vast range of information resources and services, such as the interlinked hypertext documents and applications of the World Wide Web (www), electronic mail, telephony, and file sharing.

The internet has democratized access to information in a manner unparalleled in history, and as we connect an increasing number of people to the net, we like to fantasize about a globalized digital world where everyone is free.

A decentralized internet could be a way to break free from the power of big players that control our data. One way of building this is through blockchain, the technology that powers cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin.

Blockchain which is essentially a distributed digital ledger of transactions, shows how it’s possible to work with a mode of sharing data and information that’s not controlled by one or a few powerful institutions. Instead, information is kept in a network of computers all over the world, each connected through cryptographic validation. In short, this decentralized and distributed framework of sharing information is very secure and enables greater privacy.

Problems of hardware and software centralization

Centralized computing is done at a central location using terminals that are attached to a central computer. The computer itself may control all the peripherals directly or they may be attached through a terminal server. Alternatively, if the terminals have the capability, they may be able to connect to the central computer over the network. This type of arrangement does have some disadvantages. This type of system relies totally on the central computer. Should the central computer crash, the entire system will be unavailable.

Another problem is that central computing relies heavily on the quality of administration and resources provided to its users. Should the central computer be inadequately supported by any means, then your usage will suffer greatly.


The multiven platform handles software asset management, through a free cloud-based application that, simplifies the way organizations inventory and manage all their IT and network hardware and software assets. The company provides software maintenance by using features that include 24*7 direct-to-direct support, proactive solutions, AI-enabled knowledge-engine and lifetime software support. It can be deployed on a monthly, quarterly, bi-annual or annual basis for a customers’ entire network install base.

One of the most important services is network – based cyberdefense, a service that guarantees to stop cyber-attacks within a network and restore service within 24 hours of an attack. The service is neutral, impartial and independent with no allegiance to any nation state. It focuses on eliminating advanced persistent threats, which are the most intrusive and pervasive form of cyberattacks. It is powered by an elite team of more than 1000 network and security experts in 55 countries, by the name pingsta.

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